Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu (11 June 1993 – 29 May 2022), better known by his stage name Sidhu Moose Wala, was a Punjabi singer, rapper, actor, and politician. He began his career as a lyricist for Ninja’s song “License” and as a singer for a duet song called “G Wagon.” Following his debut, he worked with Brown Boyz on a number of tunes for Humble Music.
With his tune “So High,” Moose Wala earned a lot of attention. His debut album, PBX 1, debuted at 66th on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart in 2018. Following the release of the record, he began self-releasing his tracks. His track “47,” which was released in 2019, reached number 47 on the UK Singles Chart. The Guardian named Moose Wala one of the top 50 up-and-coming artists in 2020.  Ten of his songs have charted in the UK Asian chart, with two of them reaching number one.
Early years of life
Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu was born in the Punjabi village of Moosa in the Mansa district. His father, Bhola Singh, and his mother, Charan Kaur, are also Sikhs. [ He earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College in Ludhiana in 2016. Tupac Shakur was a hero to Moose Wala, and he affected him. From the sixth grade on, he began listening to hip-hop music and gained musical talents from Harvinder Bittu in Ludhiana.Career
Moose Wala relocated to Brampton, Ontario, Canada after graduating. During his time there, he released his first song, “G Wagon.” He began performing live gigs in India in 2018. He’d also given gigs in Canada. In 2017, Moose Wala broke through with the song “So High,” a gangster rap collaboration with Byg Byrd. At the 2017 Brit Asia TV Music Awards, he was named Best Lyricist for the song. Singles like “Issa Jatt,” “Tochan,” “Selfmade,” “Famous,” and “Warning Shots” helped him maintain his success. He was nominated for the Best New Age Sensation category at the 2018 PTC Punjabi Music Awards for his song “Issa Jatt.” In August 2018, he released “Dollar,” his debut film soundtrack song, for the film Dakuaan Da Munda. Moose Wala’s debut album, PBX 1, was released in October 2018 and is a mix of pop and hip-hop. The album debuted at number one on the Canadian Albums Chart.
In 2019, Moose Wala launched his own record label, Moose Wala Records, and released a number of tracks on it. “Sidhu’s Anthem,” “Mafia Style,” “Poison” (a collaboration with R Nait), “Sohne Lagde,” and “Homicide” are among the albums released. As a producer, he also released Prem Dhillon’s “Boot Cut.” His engagement at the Surrey Music Festival in June 2019 was canceled owing to violent incidents that had occurred during Moose Wala’s previous concerts. His track “47,” which featured Mist and Stefflon Don, reached the UK Singles Chart’s top 20. The song also charted on the Hot 40 singles in New Zealand. With the single “Dhakka,” Moose Wala brought the year to a close. Along with Maninder Buttar and Karan Aujla, he was named to Spotify’s list of the most popular Punjabi artists in 2019.
Moose Wala was noted for his controversial lyrical style, which frequently promoted gun cultures while also questioning religious beliefs, as in the instance of Mai Bhago, a venerated figure in Sikhism. He had previously faced legal action for promoting gun culture and utilizing aggressive and inciting lyrics in his music. As of 2022, he was facing four felony charges. Moose Wala was a member of the Indian National Congress who ran for the Punjab Legislative Assembly from Mansa in 2022 but lost. On May 29, 2022, he was shot and killed by unidentified assailants.
Who was Sidhu Moose Wala’s killer, and who is Goldi Brar
Unidentified gunmen sprayed Sidhu Moose Wala and two people in his car with gunfire. Two people were hurt and Sidhu Moose Wala died on the scene. Sidhu Moose Wala was rushed to a neighboring hospital and pronounced dead. Moose Wala was brought dead to Mansa Hospital, according to the civil surgeon, while the other two were referred to another hospital for treatment.
Goldi Brar claimed responsibility for the assassination of singer-turned-actor-turned-politician Sidhu Moosewala in Punjab, according to news agency IANS. According to reports, Gold Brar is a close ally of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang. Punjab Police have previously detained a number of gang associates.
“Moosewala was murdered in Punjab today, and I, Sachin Bishnoi, and Lawrence Bishnoi accept responsibility. It’s our responsibility. Moose Wala’s name came up in the murders of our brothers Vikramjit Singh Middukhera and Gurlal Brar, but the Punjab Police took no action against him. We also discovered that Moose Wala was engaged in the assassination of our colleague Ankit Badu. Moose Wala was on our side. “Moose Wala exploited his political power and protected his skin each time,” Goldi Brar reportedly wrote on social media.
According to Punjab Police, Sidhu Moose Wala was slain in an “inter-gang rivalry” based on “preliminary inquiry.” “Based on preliminary evidence, it appears to be an inter-gang feud.” Today, Sidhu Moose Wala did not bring his bulletproof car and gunner. The FIR is in the process of being registered. Toora stated, “We will take prompt action against the gangster and anyone else implicated.”
“Sidhu Moose Wala’s car was intercepted by two cars after heavy gunfire, in which Sidhu Moose Wala was hit by many bullets. Bullet injuries were also sustained by others present, and they were referred to Patiala for treatment,” Mansa district SSP Gaurav Toora said.
Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann expressed astonishment at the assassination and urged the public to remain calm. “I am surprised and grieved by Sidhu Moosewala’s heinous murder. Nobody will be spared. My heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to his family and followers throughout the world. “I implore everyone to maintain their composure,” Mann wrote on Twitter. Also see: Sidhu Moosewala Gone Too Soon: Yuvraj Singh to Shikhar Dhawan; How the Sports Community Reacted to the Punjabi Singer’s Death